Category Archive: Writing

How Mastering a Headstand Improved My Writing

Turning Upside Down to Turn Yourself Around. If you’re a personal friend of mine, you’ll know that I love doing headstands—everywhere I go! Not only is headstand self-empowering, this pose offers great physical… Continue reading

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Published in “The Brave Writer” on Medium

Braving the Weird WordPress World

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I Can’t Fly to Maui, but I Can Change My View!

Introducing my new blog theme look.

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Empowering Oneself Alone: An Introvert’s Happy Place

Finding joy spending time with yourself. How do you spend your alone time?

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“The B.C. Covid-19 Collection: 2020 Six Word Art Stories created by voices of British Columbia, Canada”

We asked British Columbians how the C-word affects their lives – the beauty, truth, humour and ugliness. Here’s what they said in six words and more.

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The “C Word”: *Six Word Story Time Capsules* by Our Children

The “C” Word: Six word stories written by children, ages 6-14 to document these uncertain times (a 2020 time capsule snapshot) and the importance of friendship.

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Reconnecting with my 1979 Grade 3 teacher featured in “Teacher Magazine” By Mary Chang

This is a story of how I reconnected with my 1979 elementary school teacher after four decades. It describes the emotional connection that transpires between a student and teacher and how it empowers… Continue reading

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Why I Write in Six Words

The first sentence I published appeared in the book “Six Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak by Writers Famous and Obscure.” Famous: Dan Savage, Elizabeth Gilbert and Janice Dickinson. Obscure: Me. “Six Word Memoirs”… Continue reading

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